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Five tips for creating and reinforcing healthy habits

April 13, 2016

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Five tips for creating and reinforcing healthy habits by Victoria Bowmann, Ph.D. —  Spring is a time for looking and feeling our best so we can enjoy the temperate weather before the summer heat arrives. Let us look at what we can do to be successful since knowledge without action will not get us very […]

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Employing life skills for weight-loss motivation

March 29, 2016

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Employing life skills for weight-loss motivation by Karen R. Koenig —  You may think food is your main problem, but it is not. Rather, food is the misguided solution to your real difficulties and, over the years, misguided eating has morphed into a whopper unto itself. The truth is, your problem is that you never […]

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The changing roles we play

January 23, 2016

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The changing roles we play by Kim Schneiderman —  Some authors start out thinking they know where a story is going to go, only to discover that the main character’s natural unfolding takes the plot somewhere else. Suddenly, it is as if the protagonist’s drive and need for expression usurp the author, and the writer […]

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Finding your path in the diversity of life

January 14, 2016

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Finding your path in the diversity of life by Sherry Anshara —  How fortunate we are to live on this planet and in this universe of unlimited possibilities, places and events to experience the journeys of our lives. In this diversity, we are offered many paths, not only to discover ourselves as sentient beings, but […]

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Increase energy and fight fatigue naturally

December 12, 2015

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Increase energy and fight fatigue naturally by Paula Owens —  Nearly 80 percent of Americans admit that they feel tired, exhausted, have low energy, fatigue and experience too much stress. Many mistakenly link it to getting older. Contrary to popular belief, low energy and fatigue are not inevitable consequences of getting older. Men, women, teens […]

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Why am I stuck?

November 17, 2015

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Why am I stuck? by Sherry Anshara —  I would like to share something that I have found truly fascinating over the years. Through the foundation of limited belief systems, you do not always have the experience to understand what is happening to you, especially from a young age. You do not necessarily have the […]

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Moving beyond setbacks

November 5, 2015

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Moving beyond setbacks by Ann C. Barham —  Do you have a problem or personal setback where you cannot pinpoint its origin? Is there some intangible detail that is stopping you from reaching your full potential? Past-life regression therapy is now a mainstream solution for answering these questions. Whether uncovering real past lives or not, this […]

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Wisdom From The Couch: Knowing and Growing Yourself from the Inside Out

October 23, 2015

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Wisdom From The Couch: Knowing and Growing Yourself from the Inside Out by Jennifer L. Kunst, Ph.D. —  This book is a useful guide to understanding the mysteries of the mind and how we can change for the better. Kunst raises some key questions that are on the minds of all those seeking a more […]

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Be here now: how to be emotionally present to life’s challenges

September 16, 2015

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Be here now: how to be emotionally present to life’s challenges by Jennifer Kunst, Ph.D. —  There is a wish in all of us to be able to get around troubles in life rather than having to go through them. If only we could skip from the beginning to the end without having to go […]

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Bring “awe” and healing into your life

August 10, 2015

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Bring “awe” and healing into your life by Kirk J. Schneider, Ph.D. — Simplicity and balance in life can help guide us to a richer experience and find a way to feel more attached to our environment and the people around us. The following tips will lead us to slow down, enjoy the moment and find […]

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Darkest moments can signal positive life changes

July 2, 2015

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Darkest moments can signal positive life changes by Mark Bowness —  Crash. Bang. Reality. As I woke up, a dark misty haze was swirling around my mind. The moment I recognized I was in a hospital bed, the events of the past 24 hours came flooding into my mind. I had tried to take my […]

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Lessons learned at the amusement park

June 26, 2015

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Lessons learned at the amusement park by Scott Grace —  Following are some of the lessons I learned with my daughter at the amusement park. Lesson 1: Waiting is worth it when anticipating pleasure. My daughter, Aysia, normally with the attention span of a 6 year old (she is one), becomes as peaceful and patient […]

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The power of intention

May 27, 2015

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The power of intention by John English —  Many of us have been involved in a spiritual transformation over the last couple of decades, and our lives have changed in ways that we would not even have thought to dream about. In this time of global conflict, political upheaval and planetary changes, we can be […]

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